- Feb 4, 2002
- Horsens, Denmark
This is a great song from a local in Eugene, OR. I'd love to get music from her, but she isn't on the internet at all. I'd be interested to know what you guys think.
ftp://ddrueding.dyndns.org/Nicole Barrette - God Damn You.mp3
Handruin said:I haven't really followed Pink Floyd. Is that a recent event? I didn't know they were still around. The only CD I have from them is a 24 carat gold Atom Heart Mother CD I bought years ago. It's one of those Original Master Recording series Ultra Disc II. It's a decent disc, but I'm not a huge fan of their style.
Just more really stupid ravings from Roger Waters, along with "we don't need no education". His mother was a teacher, BTW.tazwegion said:"Hey teacher!... leave them kids alone..." :boom:
time said:Re the Roger Waters interview: he's still an arrogant SOB, I see.
Actually, I fell out with Pink Floyd over The Wall. The only track I really liked was "Comfortably Numb", so I never bought the album.
Well... (chuckle) it's not really Nick Mason, it's actually Carla Bley's band and he is simply fulfilling the role as drummer.I agree with you about the solo albums, although I haven't listened to Nick Mason's effort.
tazwegion said:That's interesting 'The Wall' was actually what introduced me to the Pink Floyd phenomenon...
tazwegion said:Hmmm... different horses, for different courses I actually liked "The Wall" and found the movie intriguing,...
...however my musical taste spans from popular classical to Hard Rock & Heavy Metal.
Splash said:Well, I've got some wacky tastes in music.
Here's my (not updated) CD list. I know that I've added a few CDs and ditched a few more than I added since ast June. <chuckle> You might want to avoid most of these:
i said:Is Harold Budd's "Pavilion of Dreams" any good?
Buck said:I do not have a technical understanding of music, so I'm appealing to this group for an explanation of a riff...
Splash said:Buck said:I do not have a technical understanding of music, so I'm appealing to this group for an explanation of a riff...
A riff is simply the main theme of a pop song, or a song's "hook." It doesn't necessarily show up in the beginning of a song, but it will at least show up somewhere early. People that write riff-driven songs usually compose the riff -- usually by sitting around composing and polishing a riff, or stringing two or more riffs together to make a complete song. I usually hate riff-based rock, as half the time it’s just a sign that the composer ran out of original ideas.
There are a lot of common guitar riffs, such as a certain bunch that involve playing a note followed by lower-pitched note that’s rapidly bent up in pitch to the previously-played note. These riffs are what I’ve always called “ChuckBerry–isms,” which can be heard in “Johnny B. Goode” and about a million rock’n’roll songs since 1958. Other riffs may be much more complex than these ChuckBerry-isms.
Dylan fans still exist?
Mercutio said:Over the weekend I found a CD of classical music composed specifically for performance on a theramin...
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